Consumer Reviews of Pergo synthetic floors

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3 of 5 stars 53 reviews with a 3 average rating
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    21
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    6
  • Neutral
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  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    3
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    23

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Name:
Location: Springfield
Model: Valley Grove Oak

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Won't Click Together"
I've installed wood floors before and thought this laminate would be a snap over concrete. I bought the best they had at Lowes. I watched several videos on the installation. I would snap the pieces together then they would unsnap before I could get to the next roll. It did this over and over again as if the factory milled joints were substandard. Finally had to play "wack a mole" over and over again. I watched a pile of videos but the stuff never worked right. I'm scared this thing will just separate like crazy when we walk on it.


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Name:
Location: Rochester, N.Y.
Model: Pergo max

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"This product sucks"
I've been in the process for over a month of constant calls to Lowe's and Pergo to try to get a complaint form filled out so someone will look at these horrible floors. Installed Pergo Max laminate flooring app. 1 year ago. Within a couple months my floor is wearing, chipping, discoloring in different rooms. This is by far the WORST product I have ever seen. I can't get over how horrible is company is. BBB and small claims here I come I guess.


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Name:
Location: Nj
Model: Pergo XP

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"False advertising"
Had this Pergo XP install in the living room and hallway, I was very pleased with the look, then it happened while watering my plants a little water overflowed to the floor, I immediately went to get paper towels within minutes the damn floor was warping, anywhere a drip of water falls into a seam there's warping I'm so disgusted with myself for get this flooring, but the sale person at home depot and the reviews I read saying a high quality product and the scratches on the flooring disgusting. Now I have throw rug as not to track rain or snow into the house or walk out the shower with wet feet. The flooring still look nice, but you have to so damn careful and treat it like a baby. I should have follow my first mindset and got real hardwood flooring.



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Name:
Location: Arkansas

Satisfaction Rating:
5 of 5 stars Very Satisfied, 5 out of 5

Review:
"Floor installed right"
I have Pergo in my sons bedroom for 14 years with no problems, also installed it in the rest of my home a few years later, its been installed about 10 years, have some water damage in one place where my fridge had a long time leak, I installed my flooring and took an extra precaution of gluing the joints, the only thing I would do different is more caulking around the edges by the walls, these floors have taken a lot of abuse,the Pergo looks almost the same as when I installed it, I have used a swiffer to clean it which is a considerable amount of moisture, most of these floors are interlocking, but interlocking doesn't protect, take the time to glue and you will have a floor for a long time, and I did raise 3 kids and mastiffs in my home, so there was abuse


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Name:
Location: Michigan

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Poor materials"
Wish we had never wasted the money on Pergo flooring! You can not have one drop of water hit your floor without the seams curling up! I warn everyone not to buy this flooring.


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Name:
Location: Unalaska WI

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Pergo is pathetic"
We purchased our Pergo floor from Home Depot in 2012. The seams are coming apart, there is cupping on some of them and it pops and snaps when you walk over it. Like many other individuals we filed a claim and they sent out an "inspector" who put on a show and then claimed we damaged the floor with excess moisture. There has never been a moisture problem ever in our home and I clean it as directed by the manufacturer. This flooring is, in my opinion, inferior and I regret buying it.


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Location: Duluth, MN

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Pergo Does Not Stand By Their Product"
About 3 years ago we purchased Pergo flooring from Home Depot and had it professionally installed. During the first year we noticed chipping on some of the corners. I took pictures and took them to Home Depot. They contacted Pergo and Pergo would not do anything about it. One of the employees continued to hound Pergo until they finally gave us $450 to replace these areas. Sucks, we paid over $4000.00! The flooring in now separating and curling up on the edges. It is my husband (age 63) and myself(age 58) in the house, so it is definitely not getting abused. This is a product I would not recommend to anyone. We were looking forward to not having to replace any flooring during our retirement years. Not so!


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Name:
Location: 1673 E Brookside Dr, West Branch, MI, United States

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Would Never Buy any Liminate Again"
Mine has been down a year still looks fairly good because we're an older couple but just as soon as our grandchildren come over you can bet it will be gouged or scratched and there are not rough kids just kids being kids. I had hard wood in my other house it was done ten years and looked great. Go the extra money and go hardwood as far as home depot they don't stand behind anything you buy from them.



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Name:
Location: Texas

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Pergo is nothing but garbage and color cardboard"
The floor chip, holes, scratched buckled and seam came a part. You can not clean it. More or less it's nothing but colored cardboard. Pergo would do nothing for me on replacing it. And it's only in my house for 6 months. There warrant does not cover any of it. And there is only me a 62 year old woman walking on the floor. Just think is you had kids or pets.


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Name:
Location: Westfield, Indiana

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Do not buy Pergo"
Eleven years ago we had a different brand synthetic flooring in the kitchen & it was fine. In 2009 we moved and put a Pergo floor in our kitchen. In 2012 the seams in one area started to come up & we had fading in color by the sliding door. We bought it from Lowes and used their professional installer. They said there must have been a leak from the dishwasher, so we had a repairman come out and pull out the dishwasher & there was no leak. Lowes finally installed a new floor & we had to sign that this was a final floor. Guess what 2015 spilled water on floor & mopped it right up but now seams are coming up & we will have to replace the floor. We are retired, so no children or pets have damaged it. We will not replace with laminate again!

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